Gu, J., A. Mueller, I. Nielsen, J. Shachat, and R. Smyth (forthcoming). Improving intergroup relations through actual and imagined contact: Field experiments with Malawian shopkeepers and Chinese migrants. EconomicDevelopment and Cultural Change.
Shachat, J. and Z. Zhang (2017). The Hayek Hypothesis and long-run competitive equilibrium: An experimental investigation. Economic Journal 127(599), 199–228.
Gu, J., I. Nielsen, J. Shachat, R. Smyth, and Y. Peng (2016). An experimental study of the effects of intergroup contact on attitudes in urban China. UrbanStudies 53(14), 2991–3006.
Shachat, J. and L. Tan (2015). An Experimental Investigation of Auctions and Bargaining in Procurement. Management Science 61(5), 1036–1051.
Shachat, J., J. T. Swarthout, and L. Wei (2015). A hidden Markov model for the detection of pure and mixed strategy play in games. Econometric Theory 31 (04), 729–752.
Geng, S., Y. Peng, J. Shachat, and H. Zhong (2015). Adolescents, cognitive ability, and minimax play. Economics Letters 128, 54–58.
Zhang, Z., G. Chen, and J. Shachat (2013). The Impact of Asymmetric and Public Information on Pricing Bubbles in Experimental Asset Markets. Securities Market Herald 9. (in Chinese, CSSCI), 54–61.
Shachat, J. and J. T. Swarthout (2013). Auctioning the Right to Play Ultimatum Games and the Impact on Equilibrium Selection. Games 4(4), 738–753.
Shachat, J. and L. Wei (2012). Procuring Commodities: First-Price Sealed-Bid or English Auctions? Marketing Science 31(2), 317–333.
Shachat, J. and J. T. Swarthout (2012). Learning about learning in games through experimental control of strategic interdependence. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 36(3), 383–402
Shachat, J. and J. T. Swarthout (2010). Procurement Auctions for Differentiated Goods. Decision Analysis 7(1), 6–22.
Shachat, J. and A. Westerling (2006). Information aggregation in a catastrophe futures market. Managerial and Decision Economics 27(6), 477–495.
Shachat, J. and M. Walker (2004). Unobserved heterogeneity and equilibrium: an experimental study of Bayesian and adaptive learning in normal form games. Journal of Economic Theory 114(2), 280–309.
Shachat, J. and J. Todd Swarthout (2004). Do we detect and exploit mixed strategy play by opponents? Mathematical Methods of Operations Research 59(3), 359–373
Rosenthal, R. W., J. Shachat, and M. Walker (2003). Hide and seek in Arizona. International Journal of Game Theory 32(2), 273–293.
Huang, H., C. Keser, J. Leland, and J. Shachat (2003). Trust, the Internet, and the digital divide. IBM Systems Journal 42(3), 507–518.
Shachat, J. (2002). Mixed Strategy Play and the Minimax Hypothesis. Journal of Economic Theory 104(1), 189–226.
Wooders, J. and J. Shachat (2001). On the Irrelevance of Risk Attitudes in Repeated Two-Outcome Games. Games and Economic Behavior 34(2), 342–363.
Cox, J. C., J. Shachat, and M. Walker (2001). An Experiment to Evaluate Bayesian Learning of Nash Equilibrium Play. Games and Economic Behavior 34(1), 11–33.
Hoffman, E., G. Libecap, and J. Shachat (1998). An Experimental Investigation of the Incentives to Form Agricultural Marketing Pools. Journal of Mathematical Psychology 42(3), 287–304.
Leland, J., D. Houser, and J. Shachat (2005). Measuring trust and trustworthiness. In: Trust and Entrepreneurship: A West-East Perspective. ed. by H.-H. Hohmann and F. Welter. Edward Elgar Publishing. Chap. pp. 87–96.
Noussair, C. N. and J. Shachat (2014). Experiments on Learning, Methods and Voting. Pacific Economic Review 19(3), 255–259.